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David Sisk is reportedly leaving Melco Resorts and Entertainment

No date or reason have as yet been given for the unconfirmed departure of the gaming conglomerate’s senior executive.

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David Sisk, Melco Resorts and Entertainment’s chief operating officer (COO) – and number 36 on the 2023 Asian Gaming Power 50 list – is said to be departing from Melco, where he has been for the past nine years, according to a report in Inside Asian Gaming(IAG).

The report cites what it says is an internal memo to management staff from Melco’s chairman and CEO Lawrence Ho. Macao News has seen but not verified the same document, which says that Sisk “resigned for personal reasons.”

Sisk first joined Melco as the property president of Studio City back in September 2016. In January 2018, he became the property president of City of Dreams. 

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The following year, in September, he became Melco’s COO of Macao Resorts, giving him oversight of the operator’s entire portfolio in Macao.

According to IAG, Sisk was instrumental in revitalising the City of Dreams and has helped to boost Melco’s post-pandemic appeal. Similarly, he was involved in developing Melco’s casino spaces, with a focus on mass gaming. 

With over 25 years of experience in the gaming industry, Sisk worked as the COO of Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore prior to moving to the SAR. During his extensive career, he has also been COO of Sands China and held the position of chief financial officer (CFO) at Caesars Palace and Wynn Las Vegas.

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